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I just downloaded Release Candidate 1 for Firefox 3 since barring any major code-tastrophes, it’s a safe bet this version will be the final release. What’s the first thing I did? Checked the tablet and ink input methods, as they’ve been an issue since early on. […] Read more »

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You can’t get your hands on it yet but take it from someone who’s been trying Opera Mobile 9.5 out for a few weeks it redefines the standard for mobile browsers.  Mobile Gadgeteer Matt Miller agrees and has published a nice review along with a great […] Read more »

GigaOM is one of the top blogs around and they have published a list of 10 blogs they love and guess who’s on the list?  Their editors sat down (or maybe they stood up for all we know) and pitched out the blogs they love and […] Read more »

I hope you’re keeping up with all of the various HP HDX Dragon giveaways that are going on but in case you’re not aware which sites are giving one of the huge packages away here’s a list of the current ones: 11 May -18 May […] Read more »

This morning I had to run an errand and after that I was going to drop by the coffee house and have some caffeine.  I threw the Lenovo IdeaPad U110 into my bag and headed out the door.  The U110 was in Sleep mode when I […] Read more »

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The big news this week is the impending sale of tech site Ars Technica to Conde Nast for $25 million.  Ars has been one of the top tech sites for years and it’s great to see a big company put so much value on what they […] Read more »

Those of you who like me have been following with bated breath the new HTC Advantage 7510 and anxiously awaiting its release here in the US can take a deep breath and get on with your business.  I have confirmed with HTC that the 7510 contains […] Read more »

So earlier this week, the Asus Eee 900 went on sale as expected. The price is around $550 as expected. Reviews are coming in as expected. Some on-line retailers are advertising the device with 1.7 GHz Celeron as… uh… huh?Now I haven’t checked specifically with Asus […] Read more »

I told you about my EVDO modem problem and my nice call to tech support earlier this week.  I was told during that call that they would overnight me another v740 ExpressCard modem to replace the apparently defective one causing my connectivity problem.  During the call […] Read more »

We’ve touted the awesomeness of having a single phone number before: GrandCentral does just that. When folks call your GC phone number, they’re seamlessly routed to your cell, landline, office phone or wherever else you’ve defined. There’s plenty of other useful features as well but a […] Read more »

Aliph introduces a new Jawbone Bluetooth headset today, one that’s 50% smaller, weighs 10 grams and offers some sound improvements as well. Hard to believe that last bit because from what I’ve heard, the sound quality on the original Jawbone was pretty incredible.The new Jawbone uses […] Read more »

In a surprise announcement today CBS is buying CNET in a deal expected to close in Q3 of this year.  CNET is the giant tech news empire that also includes ZDNET so I’ll bet buddy Matt Miller is wondering what this will mean to his blog.  […] Read more »

Last week, news hit that Barnes & Noble teamed up with one of my favorite mobile services: Zinio. Thanks to Zinio, I have very few print magazine subscriptions clogging up my mailbox. Of course, that makes more room for junk mail and unsolicited credit offers, but […] Read more »

The local news in Houston has been filled for days with stories about the Crazy Rasberry ants that are spreading like wildfire.  What makes these ants so newsworthy is the fact that they eat small electronics for breakfast.  And lunch and dinner too.  These ants apparently […] Read more »

I’m not the only one having a great time putting the Lenovo IdeaPad U110 through the grinder, PC Magazine’s Cisco Cheng has published a review of the little red wonder.  I don’t always agree with Cisco’s take on different devices but he hits this one pretty […] Read more »

I’m constantly uploading, downloading and editing docs on-line and yesterday’s post on Evernote got me realizing that it’s another web-service where I can have information e-mailed for later use. Google Docs is the other big one for me; I can upload new docs, or I can […] Read more »

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